The Casual Cinecast Revisits 2001: A Space Odyssey on its 50th Anniversary!

If you don’t know by now (then you should listen to The Casual Cinecast more), the show starts out with the What’s On Our Minds segment where the guys talk about what film and television they’ve been watching for the past week! Mike checked out the Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz starring drama Disobedience. Justin followed his love of the Jackass franchise into the bizarre film that is Action Point which stars Johnny Knoxville and Chris Pontius, plus binged the new Amazon Prime series All or Nothing: Manchester City which follows the English Premiere League soccer (football) team for an entire season. Chris got around to watching American Animals starring Evan Peters and Ann Dowd, directed by Bart Layton. He also binged and loved the new HBO limited series directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, Sharp Objects, which features incredible performances from Amy Adams and Eliza Scanlen

Then the main review begins on Stanley Kubrick‘s 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, which has been re-released in theaters for the film’s 50th Anniversary! The guys have all seen it before but this is the first time they’ve seen it on the big screen and it was an experience for all of them! Find out how the film impacted them in the theater vs. watching at home plus much more below: 

Let us know what you think about the film and if you saw it on the big screen over the past couple weeks in the comments! Stay tuned for our next episode over the John Cho thriller Searching

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